NHS managers doubt effect of investment hike
This article was originally published in Clinica
Doubts persist among UK NHS managers regarding the levels of investment available to support the ambitious healthcare delivery targets set by the government for 2008. Almost two thirds of NHS chief executives believe that the targets cannot all be met with current funding, according to a survey by the NHS Confederation, presented at its annual conference, last week in Birmingham.
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